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Recipes for the Big Game!

The end of January is almost here, and of course that means it’s time for the Big Game! Here are some delicious and easy party snack ideas!

Winter in Indiana has settled in a made itself right at home, hasn’t it?  The temperatures have dropped, the cold winds have been blowing, and we’ve even seen a little snow! The weather may be colder, but that doesn’t mean that life has slowed down at all! There are kids to run back and forth, work functions to attend, and of course the end of football season to pay attention to!

Though it may seem like this time of year is a quiet one for farmers, the reality is that they are just as busy as ever, much like the rest of us! Livestock farmers go the extra mile to care for their animals year-round, but in the winter these efforts definitely increase. The tough weather conditions mean that farmers need to make sure their animals are receive extra energy in their feed, that their water isn’t frozen over, and that they’ve got plenty of shelter to protect them. Jeanette from Fencerow to Fencerow explains why they raise their hogs in barns

It’s not just livestock farmers that are extra busy this season, though! All farmers have plenty to do throughout the cold months. To learn about life on Jennifer from Plowing Through Life’s farm in the wintertime, check out her blog post, 10 Things Farmers do in the Winter!

Just like the livestock of farms need a little extra love in the winter time, the creatures in your own back yard would sure appreciate a little, too! This simple Orange Bird Feeder from The Farmwife Crafts is a perfect way to keep all of the beautiful birds around your home happy and well fed this winter!

The end of January and start of February means one very important thing for many people: it’s time for the big game! You know the one…the two remaining teams battle it out to see who will get that big trophy, those impressive rings, and the bragging rights for the next year. For football enthusiasts and non-enthusiasts alike, this game is a great excuse to have a fun party! And of course you know what every good party has to have? SNACKS! Here are a few great ideas for game day snacks from some of our favorite bloggers! Now bring on those commercials

 Baked Cheesy BBQ Port Taquitos from The Backroad Life

Bell Pepper Taco Dip with Meat from Plowing Through Life

Crock Pot Hawaiian Roll Ham Sandwiches from Beyer Beware

Homemade Barbecue Meatballs from Chasing Saturdays

Spicy Ranch Seasoned Crackers from The Farmwife Cooks

Super Easy Crock Pot Meatballs from The Farmwife Feeds

Velveeta Cheese Dip with Beans from These Old Cookbooks

Looking for even more recipe ideas for the game? Head on over to Plain Chicken and check out these Top 21 Super Bowl Recipes!

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